Val Sotir is founder and CEO of one of the country's largest buyer and seller of distressed mortgage notes. He explains what it takes to be a successful investor in these notes. It's not rocket surgery, you just need a basic understanding of real estate transactions and finance, along with the ability to get your due diligence done. Then you'll be off to the races earning potentially high returns, like Val's been doing for years. There's certainly no shortage of product and you just need to stay away from certain states and you'll do just fine. 

Direct download: Val_Sotir_24.Oct.14.mp3
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Don Mazzella noted author, publisher and small business expert tells how the Americans with Disabilities Act has become nothing more than a feeding frenzy for rapacious trial lawyers. They prey upon small businesses who haven't fully complied with the minutiae of the complicated statute. Now H&R Block has settled a case where they've agreed to make their ecommerce website handicap accessible. This may potentially open up whole new vistas for parasitic lawyers looking for ever greener pastures. There's hundreds of millions of websites that are not compliant that could be open to litigation. While the original statute was well intentioned, it is often said, "The road to hell is paved with good intentions. And on that road there will be a toll plaza manned by democrats!"

Direct download: Don_Mazzella_24.Oct.14.mp3
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John Sullivan directed America: Imagine the World Without Her and 2016: Obama's America. He's a bit of a rarity, a conservative living and working in Hollywood. He's also considers himself more of a libertarian than a conservative. He directed these films out of concern for the direction the country is headed in. As John said, the US is in decline and no one seems determined to do anything about it. Is it too late? 

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